Walter Paisley, a busboy at a cappuccino bar called the Jabberjaw, is praised as a genius after he kills his landlady's cat and covers it in plaster. Pressured to produce more work, he goes after bigger subjects.
Anthony Michael Hall,
I wish that that ABC had given this show some time to gain an audience before taking it off the air. I myself was getting into it. I loved the Monroes and their relationships with each other and with others. It brought me back to the Ewings of Dallas back in the '80's. They are not patient with shows as they once were. Dallas, Bonanza, and other classic shows took time before people started to watch them. Sometimes it was in the second or third season but at least they gave them time to build an audience.
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